Agen Sabung Ayam

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T-Mobile US drew some criticism for a new system that exempts specific on-line video solutions from data caps, but Federal Communications Commission Tom Wheeler nowadays praised the carrier’s zero-rating plan.

“Binge On” exempts 24 solutions including Netflix, HBO, and Hulu from T-Mobile’s high-speed information limits while downgrading quality of video to minimize data usage. The FCC’s net neutrality rules don’t particularly ban such zero-rating schemes, but they permit for complaints with the commission judging on a case-by-case basis regardless of whether a practice “unreasonably interferes” with the capacity of consumers to reach content material or the potential of content providers to attain buyers.

If anyone were to file a complaint against T-Mobile’s video exemption, Wheeler does not look probably to stop the practice.

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